UMBC police department seeks feedback, names community resource sergeant
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UMBC police department seeks feedback, names community resource sergeant

Sergeant Jamie Cheatem knows everyone at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Or, at least, it seems like he does.  “The dream — the goal — has always…

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Student bikes across America to support people with disabilities
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Student bikes across America to support people with disabilities

Before Eric Shaner biked across America with the Journey of Hope, he had not traveled more than 50 miles at one time. But by the end of his…

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This is how your meal plan pays for your coffee
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This is how your meal plan pays for your coffee

Though the sudden implementation of many new dining options on campus has been met with enthusiasm, it has also raised a number of questions: Why were so many…

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Restorative practices to be implemented widely across campus
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Restorative practices to be implemented widely across campus

Lauren Mauriello begins her meetings by setting community standards. The Assistant Director of Student Conduct opened her workshops at LeadingOrgs, a mandatory student organization leadership training, by asking…

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The Arabbers of Baltimore City: A market on wheels
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The Arabbers of Baltimore City: A market on wheels

On the 1100 block on Fremont Ave. in Baltimore, there is a stable of horses. Around 11 a.m. a group of men load produce onto three horse-drawn carts…

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Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology open house exposes public to science
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Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology open house exposes public to science

The Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology, a joint research center of the University System of Maryland, attracted over 500 visitors at its open house on May 4,…

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